As the home of a Welch's plant, Westfield calls itself the grape-juice capital of the world. Several wineries are nearby, off U.S. 20. Antiques stores and craft shops cluster around the village square, and scattered throughout Westfield are Federal-style mansions. At nearby Cassadaga Lake is the Lily Dale Assembly, a spiritualist center begun in 1879 that still attracts mediums and the psychically curious.
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